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Dominican Republic Visa Requirements

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All foreign visitors must have a valid passport to enter the Dominican Republic. A tourist card is purchased on arrival.

Residents of the following countries don't require visas to enter Dominican Republic (information as of January 2008):
Andorra, Bahrain, Belize, ArgentinaArubaAustraliaAustria, Bahamas, Belgium, Botswana, Brunei, Brasil,  CanadaCroatia,  Curaco,  ChileCyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominica,  EcuadorEstonia, Fiji, FinlandFranceGermany,  Great Britain,  Grenada, Guyana, Holland, HungaryIceland, IrelandIsraelItaly,  Kazakhstan, JamaicaJapan,  Kuwait, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, LuxembourgMalaysia, Malta, Mexico,  Monaco,  Namibia, Qatar, ParaguayPeruPolandPortugalRomaniaRussia, San Marino,  Mauritia, Saint Vincent,  Saint Lucia, Samoa, Seychelles, Singapore, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden,  SwitzerlandSuriname, Thailand, Tonga, Trinidad & Tobago,  Turkey, South Africa, United States, Uruguay,  United Arab Emirates, Vanuatu.


Embassy and Consulates of Dominican Republic in United States

Embassy and Consulates of Dominican Republic in Canada

Embassy and Consulates of Dominican Republic in United Kindom

Embassy and Consulates of Dominican Republic in Australia


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